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Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., established in 1944 and whose headquarters are located in Kyoto, Japan, and its subsidiaries (collectively "Murata") is a worldwide leading innovator in research, design, manufacture and sale of ceramic based passive electronic components and devices.
"Murata Americas" is the cross-company sales and marketing organization of Murata covering North, Central and South America regions. The regional and functional headquarters of Murata Americas is Murata Electronics North America, Inc.; a wholly owned subsidiary of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
The corporate principal office located in Smyrna, Georgia is ISO 9001:2008 certified by Bureau Veritas Certification.
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Non-isolated Point of Load (PoL) devices are available in SMD, horizontal through-hole, and SIP packages.
Supports the Bluetooth v4.1 BLE standard, with built in protocol stacks.
Exhibit high sensitivity and reliable performance made possible by
Murata's ceramic technology and Hybrid IC technique expertise.
Using bimorph piezo elements clamped at the one-end (Cantilever
construction) with original polarization technology, these shock sensors
have high sensitivity and excellent durability.
Measures just 3.05mm x 2.1mm x 1.1mm and integrates both an optical proximity sensor and an illuminance sensor.
Includes an inductor-embedded ferrite substrate which eliminates radiated EMI noise and conduction noise.
Embedded network controller providing simple Wi-Fi connectivity for consumer-grade applications.
Small footprint boost converter with wide input voltage for up to 700mA output current applications.
Offers both high voltage and safety standard certified ceramic capacitors.
0402 (1005) wirewound type devices with a lower Rdc and higher rated current than the similar LQW15AN_00 Series.
Features 1.2mm max thickness and inductance of 0.68µH to 47µH and rated current of 570mA to 2860mA.
Certified Wi-Fi® network controller
modules that provide simple serial-to-Wi-Fi® connectivity to the
Use bimorph piezo elements to detect acceleration & shock as an electrical signal.
Measures just 3.05 x 2.1 x 1.1mm and integrates both optical proximity and illuminance sensors.
Exhibit high sensitivity and reliable performance with ceramic technology and Hybrid IC techniques.
Ideal for powering 'high side' and 'low side' gate drive circuits
for IGBTs and Mosfets in bridge circuits. A choice of asymmetric output
voltages allows optimum drive levels for best system efficiency and EMI.
Certified 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi module based on the Broadcom BCM43362 chipset.
AEC-Q200 qualified for automotive use and approximately 40% smaller than the industry standard.
Ideal for use in designs in which an onboard RFID transponder is needed.
Features a non-isolated switching power converter, providing a load current up to 25A at 1V output voltage.
High efficiency, medium power AC/DC power supply converters.
Features user adjustable output voltage.
Offers wound, low-profile construction and large current up to 7A maximum.